Sunday Sept 11, 2016
God’s Work, Our Hands Day is an annual opportunity for members and friends of Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) to express one of their most basic convictions: that all of life in Jesus Christ—every act of service, in every daily calling, in every corner of life—flows freely from a living, daring confidence in God’s grace. Lutherans work every day to make our community better, on this day they together.
This year’s projects in Trumbull include: Blessing all the campers who come to enjoy Mosquito Lake State Park by staining tables and benches throughout the park and campground; blessing children in special education by painting classrooms at Summit Academy Community School, Warren; blessing poor children around the world by sewing school bags and assembling Lutheran World Relief School kits; blessing those who have suffered a disaster by assembling Lutheran World Relief health kits; brightening the lives of seniors by gardening work at Shepherd of the Valley (Retirement village and nursing care) Howland; blessing the hungry by buying, cooking and serving a meal at The Rescue Mission in Warren; and many more acts of service.
If you have any Questions or would like to Help call or text Pastor Denise at 330 282 2843 or Email PastorDenise@FaithLutheranParish.com
ELCA churches in Trumbull County include:
Emmanuel Warren; Grace Hubbarb; Living Lord Howland; Lordstown Warren; Messiah Warren; New Life Liberty; Prince of Peace Cortland; St. Paul’s Warren; Trinity Girard; and Trinity Warren